The use of augmented reality in chemistry
A couple more examples of the use of augmented reality to display chemistry
This also looks interesting.
MoleculAR - sneak peak on an augmented reality app to help organic chemistry students visualise molecules in 3D, using just their lecture notes and mobile devices! pic.twitter.com/NOa9Q3bAYZ— Mark Coster (@MarkCoster_Chem) July 8, 2018
Touching proteins with virtual bare hands
….A more accessible and intuitive visualization of the three-dimensional configuration of the atomic geometry in the models can be achieved through the implementation of immersive virtual reality (VR). While bespoke commercial VR suites are available, in this work, we present a freely available software pipeline for visualising protein structures through VR. New consumer hardware, such as the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift utilized in this study, are available at reasonable prices….